1. Wave Shapes 49


    from Alexander Senko / Added

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    Excerpt of real time performance sound and visuals by Alexander Senko Created with Pure Data/GEM/ScopeXYZ~. Project Keywords: Pure Data, GEM, spectral music, generative art, real time, OpenGL, Fast Fourier transform, audio processing, sound synthesis, audiovisuals.

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    • Fun with Minim Code Library


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      graphics written in Processing. Audio excerpts: "No Place Left to Hide" by Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas; "Temporary View" by SBTRKT featuring Sampha

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      • Object and Line to Space HD - Trailer v.3


        from Alexander Senko / Added

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        NEW VERSION AV performance, live set sound and visuals by Alexander Senko Dedicated to Wassily Kandinskyʼs "Point and line to plane". Sound and visuals are interdependent. Position, size, speed, and brightness of objects and lines generate sound, its spectrum, volume and rhythm. Live performance combines algorithmic composition and live improvisation. Based on Puredata/GEM. images: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/vxd0n958ig1zdsv/AACPw7eQMd6bP-OLLniKZeDTa?dl=0 Project Keywords: Pure Data, GEM, spectral music, generative art, real time, OpenGL, Fast Fourier transform, audio processing, audiovisuals. Selected performances: LPM Live Performers Meeting, City Hall, Cape Town, South Africa, November 2013 SA))mOst' 08, Moscow, Russia, March 2014 Electric Night, Athens, Greece, April 2014 Noise & Fury festival, Moscow, Russia, June 2014 Radical dB 2014, Zaragoza, Spain, November 2014 alexander@acousticimages.net http://www.acousticimages.net/

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        • Cyclic convolution


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          Alexander Senko - PureData, visuals Sergey Filatov - DIY synth ″Porcupineʺ recorded 25.12.2013

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          • FFT Rainbow Deep Note


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            The famous THX Deep Note (property of Lucasfilms Inc) analyzed with a fast Fourier transform graphic written with Processing. It has been converted into an mp3 file so this is a pale reflection of what it should sound like. The Deep Note is a synthesized portamento crescendo that "opens up" (the top goes higher and the bottom goes lower) producing the effect of entering an enveloping vortex of sound, with strange buzzing dissonances. It is definitely one of the coolest sounds ever composed. The Deep Note was composed by James A. Moorer for Lucasfilms Inc. in 1983.

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            • Visualizing Pitch and Volume


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              Pyramid Kosmos - The Octopus Project sound is analyzed and a visual interpretation of data is shown. written in Processing with the Minim library

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              • A study in harmonics


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                I've always been fascinated by the patterns that can be created via musical notes. This video is an attempt to visualise a few of them. Each of the nine sections represents a single part in the musical composition. The video was made entirely using Processing, with Virtual Dub and AviSynth used in compositing. All free software - many thanks to the creators. Music is 'Crucible' by Lamarckia. http://soundcloud.com/lamarckia Thanks to Damien Di Fede on GitHub, without whose article on offline FFT, I'd have struggled to produce this.

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                • Synergy


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                  Piece for grand piano and electronics. Premiered by Lisa Ullén 29/3 2013 at Fylkingen in Stockholm.

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                  • Rhymes Are Sublime


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                    How to write headlines that make your audience take notice. It's all down to the way our brains encode information - not as words but as amplitude and frequency patterns on a timeline.

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